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VOL. I....NO. 73.
CHARLESTON, S. C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1865.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
BY TELEGRAPH.
JHcHSiXfic of Governor On.
[SPECIAL TO THE NKW8.]
Columuia, December 11.?In llio Legislature, today,
Messogo No. 2 of his Excellency Governor Onn was re
celvcd. He conununicates the Report of tho Committeo
"ii the Military Academy and other documents; alBotho
proxiORal of Col. Guilds to purchase the canal around
the foils of Broad and Congareo Rivers. Ho also for
wards the correspondence between Governor PEnnvand
Secretory BEWABD of "JOth November. Mr. Sf.wabd ac
knowledges the receipt of a telegram informing him of
tho impossibility of repudiating the war debt, as the
Convention was dissolveil; and says that while tho ob
jections urgpd are of vorious kinds, the President cannot
refrnln from awaiting with interest an official expression
of opinion on that subject from tho Legislature.
The Fenians In Trouble.
New Yoiik, December 10.?Tho Fenians aro troubled,
.nud have deposed their President and Treasurer for
.malfeasance.
From "Wnshlngton.
Washington, December 10.?Major-Gcncral Looan
was a long time yesterday in consultation with tho Sec
retary of State, on tho subject of the Mexican mis
sion.
Late information fromGalvcston mention tho re-cstab
llshment of tho office of provost marshal in that de
partment.
THE STATE LEGISLATURE.
[FBOM O?B OWN COnnESPONDEHT.]
Columbia, Dccomber 10.?My lottcr of last night hav
ing been entiroly taken up with tho consideration of tho I
Stay Law, your readers were not informed of tho other
proceedings of the House on yesterday; and though I
am doubtful whether those proceedings will bo of any
sp?cial interest, stUl I wlU give them for tho benefit of |
tlioHo who aro certainly entitled to tho information.
The bill to organize the Executive Department being
the special order, was token up, and was amended by
inserting Treasurer wherever ComptroUer General was
used, and by making the salary of Governor $3500. This
bill niakeB tho prcsont Treasurer of tho Uppor Division
?he Treasurer of the State, and by Insisting on this
measure tho friends of Mr. Hood have not only lost for
him a year's additional tenure of tho office, but they
have also, when he could easily havo been elected, in
Slated on doing an act against which, to say the least,
grave constitutional doubts may bo urged.
Tho 8onate having consented, the House resolution
-appointing a committeo to sit in Charleston with regard
to tho Freedmcn's Bureau was resumed.
Several committees made reports. Among others tho
Committeo on tho Judiciary reported on bill to increase
the pay of constables ; a bill to change temporarily tho
placo of holding Courts for Beaufort District, and also
ou a resolution to require payment, in advance, of fees,
to officers. Tho Military Committee mode a report on
that part of the Governor's Message which reforred to
the Military School, which was agreed to and sent to tho
Senate.
Tho Committee on the Judiciary reported a bill to I
regulate the sittings of tho Court of Appeals, and against |
the expediency of establishing o new Judicial District.
The Commltee of Woyo and Mcana reported against
resolutions which wero offered at the extra session by
Mr. Keitt, proposing to tax all moneys collected in tho
State. This report certainly mcots with tho approval :
of most men -who have ever considered the subject In
its practical or constitutional bearings.
Mr. Waoener reported on memorial of City of Charles
ton to open and widen streets ; also, on bill for the some
purpose.
Mr. Lord, from the Committee on tho Judiciary, re. I
ported on resolution to Inquire into the expediency of |
-changing the law of cvidonccf and also a bill to enable
parties, plaintiff and defendant, to testify; which bill j
was road for the first time, and continued over to tho
-next session. This bill contemplates a much needod
change in our law. It is the province of the jury to
-weigh testimony, and it has long seemed to be desirable
- that the whole testimony should be placed before them.
This con only be done by placing both parties on the
stand, and getting from them their own statements.
. Even in criminal cases, it would seezu that the accused
should be allowed to make his statement The Jury can
take It for what it is worth. The bill, however, does not J
i -go as far ob this, and It may bo wise that this change in
our law should not be made.
A bill to ox tend relief to the Greenville Railroad was
.-read and reforred to the Committee; so, too, were a bul
to organize the militia; a bill to divide Plcions ; a bill to
incorporate the Agricultural and Savings Bank; and a
LUI to amend the law with regard to the inspection of |
flour.
Resolutions, offered by Mr. Sncaz.'awo, "to appoint a |
.committee to nominate officers of the Bank of the 8 to to,
were agreed to.
The House, after the consideration of tho special
-order, took a recess, to meet again at 7 o'clock P. M.,
-when the huge Military BUI of the Benate was read for I
the first time. The Reading Clerk read rapidly, and I
completed his task in about an hour?much to the joy
of those who were obliged to listen to Its uninteresting
details.
The Stay Law agoin wiU come nndor consideration to
morrow, and what changes may be made it is now im.
possible to state. Tho Appropriation BiU will probably
"be reported, and when that has been read members wiU
begin to think that they can see the beginning of tho
end.
? -
The Montgomery, Alabama, Mail, dwelling upon
the fact that Southerners generally prefer their soldiers
to represent them in Congress and elsowhere, says :
"To vote for such men is not to hurl defiance at the
?conqueror, but rather to exerclso tho prlvUego of com
pUmenting gallant men, without a thought whether it
may or may not please tho conqueror. The true con
queror is not only devoid of Jealousy, but is willing to
sharo his meal and couch with tho vanquished. Ho has
learned to honor his prisoner from the electric sympathy
which is always generated by bnUets and bayonets.
"At Rich Mountain, a gallant South Carolinian, In
command of a section of artillery, had fought his guno
well, untU he had not men left to work them. Our linos
were broken, and the enemy was dashing upon him. A
.shell dismounted ono of his pieces, killed bis horso un
der him, sad shattered his right arm. Gaining his feet,
the gallant feUow mounted his remaining gun, and
.standing erect as it dashed away under a shower of bul
lets, shook bis sword at the enemy with his left hand.
.Just at this moment an order come sharp and clear from
the Federal Uno, "Cease firing at that officer I" Such s
?poetado of ardent valor drew s spontaneous shout of
applause."
Thk State of Mississippi, with a white population not
excoodlng 350,000, had sixty-three regiments in tho late
war, which numbered about seventy-three thousand
combatants. Of those_
-Died of disease.16,600
KiUed or died of wounds.13,000
Discharged, resigned and retired.10,000
Deserted or dropped.. , 11,000
Missing."... .... 360
Transferred to other commands...Y.Y.'.'..'.'.Y..'..'. t,600
Total loss from aU causes..69,860
JBalsnoe accounted for.18,760
Thus it appears that more than one person in five iras
In service.
Friends of tlic Frccdmcn.
Charleston, 8. C, December 6, 1865.
the Editor of the Daily News :
Ma. EDrron : Tbcro seems to mo to bo a very unfair
and harmful imputation; In your cditoriul this morn
ing, against tho friends of tho frccdmcn, in tho state
ment that it is uncertain that they will allow the freedmen
to work, even if the latter are inclined to do so.
If tho statement had been merely slanderous to tho
friends of tho lroc?lmcn, it would not havo bcon worth
our while to notico it; but It conveys a falso Impression
to tho public, and, worso than this, announces to tho
freedmen as a fact that which it pretends is so injurious
for them to know, and which certainly has not been
taught them from any other source.
Wo defy any person to point to an order of tho Frec?l
men's Bureau, or any paragraph which instructs tho
freedmen, that they aro not expected to work. On tho
contrary, the wholo burdon of orders of late, as well as
verbal instructions to agents, has bcon to insure an
immediate renewal of contracts for another year, dis
abuso their minds of erroneous impressions relativo to
lands, and prevent, beforehand, If possible, tho disturb
ances which might naturally ariso at the end of tho
year, when tho existing contracts close.
To this cud, also, has been tho tendency of all public
addresses to the freedmen. It was regarded the duty of
both Military and Bureau authorities to see that nothing
of n contrary tendency be allowed.
To substantiate what has been said in this communi
cation, tho last Circular from tho Assistant Commis
sioner of this State la enclosed; and, as It is of public
Interest at this time, perhaps yon wiU bo willing to
publish It. JUSTICIA.
Headquarters, Assistant Commissioner )
Bureau Refugees, Freedmen and Aban'ju Lands, [
Charleston, S. C, December 2, 1865. J
[Circular.]
In onlcr to avoid the evils that must necessarily fol
low a failure on the part of employers and frccdmcn to
onter into contracts for tho coming year, it has bcon de
termined to require that attention bo given immediately
to tho making of contracts. The accompanying form
has been adopted and will be observed.
It is hopod that tho stipulation in this form, providing
for tho coutbiuanco of theso coutracts, after tho restora
tion of civil authority, under such rules and regulations
as may bo adoptod by tho Legislature of this State, wi 11
prove satisfactory to all parties. It is recommended
that, as far as practicable, In order not to break up their
homes for tho present, freedmen be employed by, and
make contracts with, thoir former masters, and that
caro bo taken to pr?vido for tho maintenance of tho help
less and infirm. This end will be most easily secured
by paying tbo freedmen for their labor, in clothing, food,
shelter, and medical attendance, and such additional
wages in money, or portions of the crops, as may bo
agreed upon.
The Snb-AsslBtant Commissioner will designate an o ni
cer at each Court Houso in tho Sub-District, to act as
agent for tho Frccdmon's Bureau, and to tako charge of
tho making of contract-. This officer, associated with
two citizens of the District (Magistrates, if they can bo
obtained), will constitute a Board, under tbo provisions
of Circular No. 5, from Headquarters of the Bureau. In
coses where tho employer and freedmen cannot agrco
upon tbo terms of the contract, this Board, after a care
ful examination of all tbo facts, wiU endeavor to fix tho
terms to tho satisfaction of both parties. Tho two citi
zens, members of the Board, shall bo paid three dollars
per day for tho time actually engaged in tbo discharge
of their duty?the accounts to be certified to by tbo
officer associated with thorn, and approved by the Sub
Assistant Commissioner.
To defray tho necessary expenses of these proceedings,
a feo of fifty cents shaU bo charged and collected for each
freedman bo employed, in cases where ten or a less num
ber aro employed; if moro than ten, twenty-five cents
will be collected for each additional freedman so employ
ed?the entire foo to bo paid by the employer. These
feos will be collected by the officer In charge, and ac
counted for to tho Sub-Asslelaut Commissioner.
No disbursements by him will be allowed, except tho
per diem of the associate members of the Board, upon
approved accounts. A weekly report will be made by
him to tho Sub-Assistant Commissioner, which wUl be
accompanied by a correct copy of all contracts entered
Into. The Sub-Assistant Commissioner will report
weekly to these bcadrmartors tho- number of contracts
made, tho number of freedmen contracted with, and any
other matter of importance or Interest connected with
this business.
They will also, to tbo full extent of their power, en
force the faithful performance of tho conditions of these
contracts.
The interests of freedmen will bo carefully guarded,
and their rights in every respect protected; but, at the
sanio time, thoy must be compelled to fulfil their agree
ments, and, if idle or vicious, must suffer tho penalties
for euch conduct.
No effort should be spared to correct the erroneous
Impressions that prevail among the freedmen In regard
to a division of land, that it is not necessary for them to
make contracta, or that they will be permitted to leave
their present homes, and go in great numbers to any
other part of the country. By order of
Brevet Major-Oeneral B. 8AXTON,
Assistant Commissioner.
H. W. Smith,
Abs. Adjutant-General.
??
[FOB THE DAILY NEWS.]
ICdtsto Island? Tlic Region. Cultivated, Sic.
Messrs. Editors: Under the authority of the Freed
men's Bureau, several owners of land on this island
made a visit there on Tuesday, the 6th Instant. The ob
ject of the visit was to ascertain whother the freedmen
on the plantations would contract for their cultivation.
Under the order of Gen. Sherman of 16th January, 1865,
which, in this respect, seems to be still in force, no white
person can visit this Island without leave from the mili
tary authorities. Upon the arrival of the Government
steamboat at the landing, the officer commanding the
Island aUowod the owners to land, and, after escorting
them to the headquarters, he furnished three of them
with faculties for going to their plantations, and gave
them a guard. Interviews were then had with the freed
men on their plantations, and propositions were made
to them for the cultivation of the lands. In each caso
they refused to enter Into contract, or to make any terms
with the ownors for the cultivation of tho land. The
population consists mostly of colored persons who have
[ migrated to the ueacoast since tho war began. The Im
pression seems still to be that the Government has
promised them lands, or will give them lands, in Florida
or olsowhoro. It is but just to say, that the officers of
the company of colored troops gavo such assistance as
was at their disposal to tho visitors, and sought to dis
abuse tho minds of the freedmen of the impression of
these lands being given to them by the Government.
There are those who have discouraged the freedmen
from entering into those contracts, or their absolute and
general refusal so to do could not exist. It la the con
viction of those who mado this visit that, as soon as it is
goneraUy understood that tho lands will be restored, tho
freodmon will consent to acknowledge tho title of the
land-owners,- and will contract with them. As onerous
as this condition is apon the freeholders, they are still
willing to accept it, and in good faith to carry it out.
The Freedmen's Bureau have thus given an opportuni
ty, for the first time, to the owner of the land to visit
his property, and to confer with those in possession.
The notice was given on Monday afternoon to leave the
next morning at six o'clock. Tho owners of tho land
are dispersed through this State and many of them In
Georgia, and In case notice of ten days or a fortnight bo
given, all who can spare the expense of coming to the
city will doubtless do so, and cheerfnUy avail themselves
of the privilege of visiting their ancient homes.
Very little of the island has boon cultivated during the
past year, and if provisions enough have been thereon
produced for the support of tho population, it la Indeed
difficult to perceive it. From the appearance of the ne
? looted surface of the island, one would conclude that
he population thereon must bo supplied with food for
the coming year from abroad. For this they must look
to the Government, or to those other than themselves
who shall have charge of the lands. The same condi
tion of things pr?sent- itself In reference to all the lands
In sight of which the traveler passes. In going from
Charleston to E_lato Island, to wit: John's Island,
James' Iahuid, Wadinalaw Island, and the adjacent main
Und. AM ISLAND PLANTER.
MHS. EDWARD II. "WHITE
WILL OPEN, IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
on the finit of January, at No. ? Legarc-street,
opposito Lainboll-street, an ENGLISH AND FRENCH
BOARDING AND D?VY SCHOOL for young Indies.
Music (vocal ami Instrumental), also Italian and Draw
ing, will uo braght If desired.
For terms and circulars apply as above.
December 12_tiltil0
MRS. R. F. W. ALLSTOlV
PROPOSES (D. V.) TO OPEN, THE FIRST MONDAY
in January, at her residence, No. .'17 McetiiiK-strcet,
a BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL for Young Ladles. It
will be Mrs. Allston's earnest desire to merit the t-onfi.
denco of parents and guardians. For terms and circu
lars, apply as above.
?_r* Columbia Phoenix, Greenville Mountaineer, and
Suinter Watchman, Insert twice a week until .Ian. 1, and
send bill to this office. tuthslS* December 0
V. S. TAX NOTICE.
THE UNITED STATES DIRECT-TAX COMMISSION.
ER8 for the District of South Carolina hereby give
not if?! that Iho Tax-Rolls of the following Parishes in the
State aforesaid, to wit: St. Andrew's Parish, St. John's
Berkley Parish, St. Thomas' and St. Dennis' Parish, St.
Juillet?' Goose Creek Parish, aud St. Paul's Parish, are
completed, and that the Taxes may bo paid on the lands
anil lots therein, for sixty days from this date, at their
office in the City of Charleston, South Carolina.
Wit HENRY BRISBANE,) U. S. Direct-Tax
W. E. WORDING. 5 Commissioners
WILLIS DRUMMOND, J for S. Carolina.
#3"** No. 20 Broad-street, rear of Law Range.
Charleston, 8. C, Dec. 11, 1868. _December 11
WHITE LJtnUREHS..
HAVING MADE DEFINITE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
tho introduction of immigrants into this State, wo
would inform all parties interested that wo are r;>a?ly to
receive and fill orders for laborers, or skilled workmen
of any nationality.
Particulars as to method and expense furnished by
THURBElt, SOULE k CO.,
No. 1 State-strcot (up stairs.)
December 9 7*
TO CAPITALISTS.
WANTED, $7000 TO 8TART MY SEA ISLAND
PLANTATION, on Ediato Island, forty-flvo miles
below Charleston, S. C. ; water communication always to
bo hod. Tho subscriber, a planter for eighteen years
apd alwoys Ids own manager, proposes to plant Cotton,
to work thirty hands and teu mules, and to divido tho
net proceeds, after deducting expenses, with any one
who wiU advance tho above amount, or a Bum sufficient
to work said place. Address
EDWARD M. BAYNARD, Bcrzella, Go.,
Until 21th December, 18GG.
Refers to JOHN BONES and Hon. E. STARNES, Au
gusta; Messrs. O'HEAR. ROPER ?t STONEY, Hon. WM.
WHALEY, Chariot ton, S. C. lmo? December 5
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
npHE FIRM OF LEE & DUFFUS IS THIS DAY DIS
i SOLVED by mutual consent.
HUTSON LEE.
A. W. DUFFUS.
Charleston, December 4, 18(15. C December 5
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE ASSOCIATED
ourselves in partnership, under tho firm of
CRAIG, TUOMEY ?V CO., for tho transaction of tho
Ship Chandlery and Shipping and Commission Business,
at No. 48 East Boy-street, between Boyco k Co.'s North
and South Wharves, to commence from 1st December.
CHAS. T. CRAIG,
JNO. TUOMEY,
Decombcr 5_ROBT. W. LOCKWOOD.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
with them in business Copt. FENN PECK. Here*
after the nomo and stylo of tho Firm wiU bo CAMERON,
BARKLEY k CO. CAMERON k BARKLEY.
Charleston, November 1, 1806.
THE SUBSCRIBERS
HOPE THAT WITH 8TRICT ATTENTION TO BUSI
NESS to merit a shore of that patronago hereto
fore so UberaUy bestowed on the olJ concern.
ARCH'S CAMERON.
R. O. BARKLEY.
November 1_FENN PECK._
COPARTNERSHIP.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE FORMED A CO.
PARTNERSHIP for the trassac?on of a GENE
RAL COMMISSION BUSINESS in tho City of New
York, under the firm of J. H. BROWER k CO., and ore
prepared to afford fair faoUitlcs on consignments.
JOHN H. BROWER.
WILLIAM H. RF.T.T.ERS.
BENJAMIN B. BLYDENBUROH.
New York, October 2, 18G5. Smos October 9
THE COPARTNERSHIP
HERETOFORE EXISTING UNDER THE NAME
of NEWMAN k FOWLER, Is this day dissolved
by mutual consent A. F. NEWMAN.
November 33_EDWARD FOWLER.
THE UNDERSIGNED,
COLORED PER80NS, TAKE THIS METHOD OF
Informing their friends, and others, that they have
formed a Copartnership, for the purpose of transacting
a GENERAL PURCHASING, COMMISSION AND SHIP
PENG BUSINESS in this city.
O. 3. HOUSTON.THOS. H. BOLING.
T. E. OHION, Agent,
No. 471 King-street, opposite RadcUffe.
November 38_13?
LAW NOTICE.
THE COPARTNERSHIP OF HAYNE k MILES HAS
been dissolved. For information sa to unfinished
business, apply to either partner.
I. W. HAYNE.
OH. RICHARDSON MILES.
LAW NOTICE.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS RETURNED TO CHARLES
TON and resumed the practice of his profession.
He has associated with him his son, ISAAC HAYNE.
They wiU be found at their old office, No. 33 Brood-st.,
Law Range. ISAAC W. HAYNE.
LAW NOTICE.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS RETURNED TO CHARLES
TON and resumed the practico of his profession.
He wiU be found for the present at the office of Messrs.
EDWARD McCRADY k 80N.
CH. RICHARDSON MILES.
December 7 thstu3
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS HAVINO DEMANDS AGAINST THE
Estate of THOMAS PRICHER, Ute of CoUeton
Distriot, deceased, will rendor the oamo; and all indebt
ed to the Estate wiU make payment to CARLOS TRACY,
Attorney at Law, Walterboro'. J. G. PRICHER,
October 13 lamo3mo* Executor.
A VERY PROFITABLE INVESTMENT.
SAW MILLS FOR SALE.
FOR SALE, TWO FIRST-CLASS CIRCULAR SAW
MILLS, with GRIST MILL8 attached, situated
near SummcrvUhi, 8. C. (one ol tho healthiest portions
of tho State). One o largo building recently erected, and
arranged for a doublo Mill, within a quarter of a milo
of tho South Carolina Railroad; tho other two miles
from the SummervUIe Depot, and both four miles from
Dorchester Landing on Asbloy River.
Each of these Mills has a superior Engine of 30 horso
power (ono now), and it capable of cutting 10,000 feet
Lumber per day. Attached to the above are 1200 acres
?if heavily timbered Pine Lind, with setUomont, and
ampio and comfortable accommodations for aU requisite
employees about the establishment.
With this property wiU bo sold twelve MULES, TIM
BER CARTS, WAGONS, kc. _c, and everything ne
cessary for running the Mills, which aro now in success
ful operation. For further particulars, apply to
CHISOLM BROTBER8, No. 70 East Bay.
December 6_ truths
NOTICE.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE TAX.
I WILL BE AT MOUNT PLEA8ANT, CHRIST CHURCH
Parish, on 8ATURDAY, 7th inst. ; at Pinevllle, St.
Stephen's, on Tuesday, 12th; at Monk's Corner Depot,
N. E Railroad, St. John's, Berkley, Wednesday, 13th; at
8trawberry Ferry, 8t. John's, Berkley, on Friday, 16th;
and at SummervUIe Depot, St James', Gooae Creek, on
Tuesday, 19th, for tho purposo of receiving returns of
taxes on Income, carriages, &c., musical instruments,
gold watches, silver plate, \*c, and on licenses for the
carrying on of all kinds of business. J. P. CLEMEN r,
December 6 tntb-? As?. Aso'r. 2d Pis. ?. S. R. T.
ASK YOUR FATHER
To subscribe for the charming New Magaxlno caUed
OUR YOUNG FOLK?,
AND HAVE IT SENT TO YOUR ADDRESS. IT IS
especially devolod to the amusement and instruc
tion of BOYS and GIRLS, and Is filled with Interesting
8TORIE8, SKETCHES, and POEMS, by the best
authors, and Illustrated with Fine Drawings. Terms,
$2 00 per year; to clubs much less. Send30 cents for a
specimen number, to TIOKNOR k FIELDS,
December 13 13 Boston, Usas.
THE FIRST GRAND
ANNUAL BALL
OF THE
Yonng America Fire Engine Company,
OF THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
\iriLL BE GIVEN AT THE HIBERNIAN HALL,
YY on THURSDAY EVENING, December 14, 18?5.
Doors will be opened ot half-past 7 o'clock.
Tickets can bu procured from tho following gentlemen,
who constitute tho Committee :
Vf. MAHONY, Chairman.
D. MAHONY.
J. E. BOYCE.
R. W. SI ?LEY.
P. H. FUEARY.
A. \V. ROSE.
V. HARVEY.
M. McEVOY.
W. BROWN.
M. CAREY
-CULLER'S FIRST-CLASS BAND will bo in atten
dance, and Madamo FA VIER will furnish Supper In her
usual inimitable stylo.
All Firemen are requested to appear in Uniform.
December .1
A NEW ARRIVAL
AT
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A largo selection of cheap Novols, Song Books, Station
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Dccembor 12 1 No. 108 Market-street.
INSTRUCTIONS IN MUSIC.
THEODORE D. RUDDOCK, TEACHER OF VOCAL
and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, No. 25 PINCK
NEY STREET. tufh-3* December 12
MUSICAL NOTICE.
MRS. F. M. HARPER (DAUGHTER AND PUPIL OF
the luto Prof. M. S. Reeves), offers her services
to tho citizens of Charleston as Teacher of VOCAL AND
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
Residence No. 2G Society-street, opposite the High
School. *
Refers to Gen. James Simons, Dr. Wm. T. Wbaqo, T.
Grange Simons, and Dr. W. M. Fitch.
November 14
BREAD! BREAD! BREAD!
THE SUBSCRIBER HA8 REOPENED THE WELL
known BAKERY No. CO Tradd-strcet Families
wishing a good artlclo of well-baked Loaf Bread aro re
quested to leave their orders at Bakery.
He has procured competent cart drivers, and will de
liver Bread to any part of the city.
Novcmbor 22 Imp_J. C. MARSHALL.
TO YOUNG MEN.
LEARN TO WRITE.
LEARN ARITHMETIC.
LEARN BOOK KEEPING,
AND YOU CAN ALWAYS OBTAIN RESPECTABLE
and lucrative employment. There is no profes
sion in which Integrity and ability are more certain of
ultimate success than In that of tho accomplished Book
Keeper. New Classe? will be formed ot? >---if?iy liven
ing, tho 11th Inst f??r terms ?rp'r ?* * No- *9 BROAD
STREET, or from 3 to 0 o'clock, P. M., at the
CHARLESTON COMMERCIAL ACADEMY, No. 64
BEAUFAIN-STREET, two doors West of Coming street.
WM. M. PELOT, Principal.
S. E. PELOT, Assistant.
December 9_3
NOTICE.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED TO LHE
City, will contract for aU kinds of HOU8E-BUILD
ING AND REPAIRING. W. H. GRUVER,
No. H.Wentworth-street,
Or at Daweon & _ii_vckman's, No. 17 Broad-street
September 7 tntha
Z. IB. OAKES,
Insurance Agent,
Corner Meeting and Hayne-sts.,
UNDER THE CHARX/ESTON HOTEL.
HOME INSUBANCE COMPANY,
NEW YORK,
0_f_JE?XT_f____i.$?3,000,000
ADRIATIC INSURANCE COMPANY,
NEW YORK,
O-AJPIXjAXi.$800,000
CROT?N INSURANCE COMPANY,
NEW YORK,
0-__JPI-_-A_I_i.$300,000
RISKS TAKEN IN THE ABOVE STR8T-CLA88 COM
PANIES at liberal rates. Loases promptly adjusted.
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company,
Newark, N. J.,
ASSETS O^T-E-Et-. $'7,000,000
National Life and Traveler?' Accident Insur
ance Company, New York.
October 28 stuth
A. L. TOBIAS?
INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. 109 EAST BAY,
Next South Courier Office.
The Citizen's Fire Insurance Company,
OP NEW YORK,
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, ?840,000.
Harmony Fire & Marine Ins. Company,
OP NEW YORK,
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, ?490,000.
Lorillard Fire Insurance Company,
OP NEW YORK,
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 91,313,000.
HAVING SECURED THE AGENCY OF THE ABOVE
OLD ESTABLISHED COMPANIES, I aollolt a
share of the business of the pabilo, and w?l be alad to
see my friends at the Offloo formerly occupied by the
Carolina Insurance Company.
From the high reputation of tbo aboyo Companies for
RELIABILITy, AND PROMPT AND LIBERAL SET
TLEMENTS, I feel assure i that perfect aaUsiacUon wUl
bo given to customer?.
RISKS TAKEN AT AS LOW RATES aa to other good
Offices, ?nd LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND
PAH). A L. TOBIAS, Agent,
November 38 8mo No. 109 East Bay.
BACON SIDES, HAMS AND
SHOULDERS, Sic.
*}f\ C\(~\f\ BOUNDS OF STRICTLY CHOICE
eJ\Jm\J\J\J BACON SIDES, HAMS AND
SHOULDERS, just received from Now York
20 tubs Choico Butter
20 firkins Choleo Butter.
SUOAR, COFFEE, MOLASSES.
20 ba?rgrHe?sailBl mo Muscovado Sugar
20 biiR? Prime Rio Coffee
TiO hogsheads Choice Cuba Molasses.
And other grocorlei?, at low?wt market rales, by
THADDEU8 STREET,
December 19 tuth2 No. 71 East liny.
CRUSHED AND SOFT SUGAKS,
WHISKY, etc., etc.
f)/r URLS. CRUSHED SUGAR
_??_> 2->- libln. B Coll?e Sugar
30 Mils. C Yellow Sugar
AMD
30 bags choice RIO COFFEE
40 packages choico Green ami Black Teas
no packages Soaps and Starch
ALSO
100 bbls. WHISKY, various qualiUes
10 bales heavy Gunny Cloth
6 bales Heavy Blaukots
60 bbls. Extra Flour
100 bbls. aud holt barr?la Fish.
For sale by HENRY COBIA k CO.,
December 12 A Quecn-atreet, near East Bay.
LATEST ARRIVAL
5?er Steamship and Sail.
1AA BBLS. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR
?.\J\J 09 bbls. Extra Flour
100 bbls. Superfino Flour
145 bbls. Super Flour
126 bbls. Flue Flour
50 bbls. No. 1 Mackerel
CO bbls. No. 2 Mackerel
45 half bbls. No. 1 Mackerol
40 half bbls. No. 2 Mackerel
20 quarter bbls. No. 1 Mackerel
25 quarter bbls. No. 2 Mackorol
25 kilo No. l Mackerel
200 bbls. Potatoes
25 kegs Butter
25 hhds. Molasses
10 boxes Bacon Sides
10 tierces Hams
10 hhds. Horns
6 hhds. Bacon Shoulders
6 tierces Bacon Strips
20 bbls. Crushed Bllgor
25 bbls. Powdered Sugar
20 bbls. Clarified Coffco 8ugor
20 bbls. Brown Sugar
20 sacks CofTco
400 sacks Liverpool Salt
10 sacks Spices
200 boxes assorted Family Soap
250 boxes Fancy Soap?Colgate's
75 boxes Candles
60 boxes Starch
20 dozen Brooms
60 boxes Mustard
26 boxes Black Tea
60 coils Manilla Ropo
25 coIIb Hemp Ropo
200 boxes Tin?assorted
100 coils Iron Wire
30 coils Lead Pipe
20 dozen Hatchets
16 dozen Hammers
6 dozen Wood-Saws
40 dozen Collins' Axes
15 dozan Looking Glasses?assorted
300 M Segars?assorted
75 reams Foolscap Paper
60 reams Loiter Papor
75 reams Note Papor
10 boxes Ink
And a desirable lot Co****"*,1*??? vrimrAina?*.
rv? m?o uy AiiwuoAuu GETTY & CO.,
Nob. 126 and 138 Mooting-stroet,
December C Warehouses Nos. 53 and 65 Hascl-st.
CHARLES L. GUILLEAUME,
No. 143 Meeting-street,
Opposite Jiayiie-sli'cc.t,
OFFERS FOR SALE?VIZ t
??I\f\ BARRELS B. SUGAR
?IJIJ 100 barrels A A Sugar
100 barrels A Sugar
100 barrels C Sugar
60 ban-els O Coffee Sugar
60 barrels Crnshod Sugar
600 sacks Liverpool Salt
360 sacks Turks' Island Salt
60 cases Table Salt
60 sacks Rio Coffee
35 sacks Laguayra Coffee
26 sacks Old Government Java Coffee
10 sacks Ginger
10 socks Pimento
10 socks Spices
100 boxes Block Teas
100 boxes Green Toas
350 barrels Flour
100 half-barrels Flour
26 barrel? Sugar-house Molasses
26 barrels Syrup
60 half-barrels Syrup
60 half-barrels No. 1 and 3 Boston Mackerel
60 quarter-barrels Nc. 1 and 3 Boston Mackerol
100 kits No. land 2 Boston Mackerel
600 boxes No. 1 Herrings
600 boxes Scaled Herrings
360 barrels Potatoes
600 kegs Nails
Spades, Shovels, Shot, H. 8. Nails
Buckets, Brooms, Polls, Tubs
Blacking Brushes, Mason's Blacking
Matches, Willow and Oyster Baskets
Selves, Pipes, ko.
600 boxes Spices
Mustard, Pepper, Ginger, Cassia, 4c.
Cream of Tartar, Soda, ?ko.
100 boxes Copperas
100 boxes Brimstone
100 boxes Alum
60 boxes Madder
100 cases Crackers, A-a, kc, ko.
600 boxes Soap
360 boxes Fancy Soap
1000 boxes Candles, Ac., ?he, Ao.
600 coils Rope
260 coils Manilla Rope?various sizes
160 bales Gunny Bagging
20 bales Sewing Twino, kc, Ac, At*.
Now in store, and arriving, at the LOWEST MARKET
PRICES. Docember ft
LIQUORS! LIQUORS!
INCLUDING A MOST EXTEN8IVE SUPPLY OV
everything in the LIQUOR BUSINESS,
such as:
200 bbls. WHISKY, some old, eomo splendid, and
Borne very cheap
10 quartor caBka BRANDY
100 packages WINES, CHERRY BRANDY, ST.
CROIX RUM, PORT WINE, ?fco., &o.
3000 cases WHISKY, BRANDY, QD?, ?ko., Ac.
Cell at our large ?Sales Rooms, No. 116 MEETING
STREET.
GEO. W. CLARK Si CO.
October 19
Heidsieok & Co's. Champagne.
THE PUREST, BEST AND CHEAPEST IN THH
market,
OoU and purchase of _ _ - ...?.
OEO. XV. CLARK St CO.,
October 18 No. 14? Meeting-street.
SALT, FLOUE, ETC.
"I tTsT\/\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
JL? UU M SACKS TURK'S ISLAND SALT
100 BBLS. BEEF
100 BBLS. AND HALF BBLS. PORK
300 BBLS. EXTRA FLOUR
800 BBLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR
200 CHEESE?DIFFERENT KINDS.
For sale cheap for cash by
OEO. W. CLARK ?ft CO.,
October 18_Wo. 145 Meetln-jf-^treet?
Bar Iron.
ROUND, SQUARE AND FLAT.
For sole by J. M. EASON,
No. 9 Exchonge-streeV
November 8 Bear of old Fostofflco.

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